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Whittle Waffle Episode 3


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Welcome to Episode 3 which may be even more rambly and rubbish than usual, but right, I didn't MAKE you listen so you have to take at least partial responsibility dude!
Thanks again to the awesome Sally Jane Hurst for my amazing theme tune

Podcasts

For Everything Starts With 2000AD and The Megacast Click HERE
SPBM Special, How Not To Write Comics
Battle Gods of Pod

Reading

Hound of the D'Urbervilles
Dream London by Tony Ballantyne
Comic Heroes
SFX Review for Dept of Monsterology
Doctor Who Magazine

Telly

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Dish of the Day with Peter Davison!
True Blood
Agents of SHIELD
Vikings


Fever Ray

Doctor Who

Doctors Revisited
Web of Fear
The Ice Warriors
Enemy of the World
Just in case anyone thinks I force the kids into watching Auld Who, this is Tala watching Enemy of the World and the picture she drew me later on

Spearhead From Space
Pyramids of Mars
Earthshock and Death of Adric




Knitting and Spinning


Turned on the Cut, spindles

the Wool Room fibre
Nunoco fibre
Mud Puddles
Rosie Scrumptious

Brickless



sockhead hat
Star Trek Socks
The Knitting Goddess
skein queen

PATRICK TROUGHTON WAS HAWT!


Comments

  1. Have just finished listening to the third Instalment and loved every minute of it. Will certainly be following your recomendation of Dream London as I have Just finished the first four books in the Alex Verus series so need something new.

    Will also keep an eye out for Dept of Monsterology on Comixology so that I can start on that as well (nearest comix shop is unfortunately an hour away).

    Looking forward to the next installment.

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  2. Oh let me know what you think of Dept of Monsterology, I'm really enjoying it. Thanks for the nice words, it's very appreciated!

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  3. Another great episode, although why anyone would expect anything less at this point is beyond me, but I do have one tiny wee gripe;

    'Socially acceptable pornography' implies that some pornography is *not* socially acceptable. That can't be right, can it? Although it would explain some of the looks I get on the train...

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  4. Hahahahha! Thanks dude, I appreciate the nice words very much! :-D

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